Consultancy Turley has announced a raft of promotions across its UK offices.
In a statement today, the firm said it has promoted five of its co-owners into new director roles. They are:
- Andrew Bickerdike who has been promoted to a planning director in the company’s Manchester office.
- Sara Dutfield (pictured), who joined Turley’s new Reading office in 2015 has been promoted to director in the planning team.
- Marc Timlin who becomes a heritage director in Turley’s London office. Timlin joined Turley in 2012 as a senior heritage planner, before progressing to associate director and now director level.
- Amy Gilham who has been promoted to a director in the company’s economics team. Based in London, she leads the company’s economics service in the capital.
- John Davison who has been promoted to engagement director. Based in Turley’s Belfast office, Davison now manages the company’s engagement service in the north of England, Scotland, and Northern Ireland, where pre-application consultation became a statutory requirement in 2015.
The firm has also announced that nine further co-owners have been promoted at other levels. They are:
Anna Relph (née Noble) is promoted to associate director, planning, Manchester.
Lewis Evans is promoted to associate director, planning, Manchester.
Peter Rowe is promoted to associate director, planning, Manchester.
Hannah Bowler is promoted to senior planner, Reading.
Michael Clare is promoted to senior consultant, engagement, Manchester.
Sam Lake is promoted to senior planner, Birmingham.
Tom Stocker is promoted to senior planner, Southampton.
Ioanna Psatha is promoted to urban designer, Bristol.
Adam Ewers is promoted to team secretary, Manchester.
Turley has 11 offices across the UK.
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